Some nice vintage cards finally made their way out of my "to be TTMed" box and into my album with this TTM success from Bob Veale. Veale's cards were some that sat in the box for a long time before I finally got around to sending off. I'm glad I got them back, because they turned out really well.
Veale (b. 1935) played in the majors from 1962 to 1974 for the Pirates and Red Sox. He had a record of 120-95 with 1,703 strike outs and a 3.07 ERA. He was an All Star in 1965 and 1966. He led the NL in strike outs in 1964, with 250. He won the World Series with the Pirates in 1971. He appeared on the 1980 Hall of Fame ballot, but received no votes.
I mailed to Veale on February 28 and got the cards back on March 21, for a 21-day TAT. I paid Veale's fee of $5.00/card.